• WHAT’S IN THE WORD- Episode 3 (Homecoming Week)

    Kaiona Apio and Katrina Peterson are back with Episode 3 of What’s in the Word. Fresh jokes about the homecoming theme, charity for change, and the…

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  • Small Fire In Downtown Edmonds

    By Ariana Burr

    South County Fire and Rescue crews put out a fire on Sunday evening at the Carmel Condominiums at 655 Main Street in downtown Edmonds, across from the Edmonds library. Fire and Rescue crews rushed to the fire after…

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  • Walkout for Columbine

    By Ariana Burr
    Over 200 students from Edmonds Woodway, and a group from College Place, walked out last Friday, on the 20th of April, in remembrance of the Columbine shooting which took place 19 years ago. In Columbine High School, 15 students and faculty lost their lives on April 15, 1999 due to two school shooters. This shooting shocked the nation because it was the first time a shooting this extreme had occurred. There has been an increase in school shootings as never seen by the United States before recently.

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  • Feminism Sparks at Edmonds Woodway

    By Stephanie Farmer 

    With the passing of the Women’s March and the dwindling media coverage of sexual assault trials like Larry Nassar’s and Harvey Weinstein’s, the feminist movement seems to be in its annual hibernation before Women’s History Month in March. With all the…

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  • Kira Augustmar: The Activist

    By Ariana Burr

    Activism. A common sight near Seattle, happening so much in our everyday lives that we hardly give it a second thought. However, in the eyes of Kira Augustamar, activism is one of the key parts of her personality due to her current and previous background in protests and…

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Inherit the Wind: Parallel Trials

By Stephanie Farmer

In the Edmonds Woodway Theater, the year finishes boldly with a drama: “Inherit the Wind” by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The story takes place in a deeply religious town called Hillsboro in the 1920s that charged a teacher for telling children of Darwin’s theory of evolution that contrasted all religious…

Why American’t Pay for Better Schools

By Alissa Berman

Jemeria Winter runs to her Spanish class every day so she can be the first one there. It isn’t, however, to get a good seat or talk to her friends. She wants a blanket to protect her from freezing Philadelphia winters. Her classrooms walls aren’t insulated because they don’t have the money to keep…